The real truth about small business. It’s a blessing & a true process. Here’s more advice.
You’re still reading these things? Well, aren’t you a soldier!? LOL Ok, seriously, thanks for coming back. If it’s your first time reading the posts from the Business Series, be sure to go back and catch up. Even though these videos are very informational by themselves, sometimes the order is important. Here’s the video feature for today! There’s also a part 2.
No, that’s not a typo or joke. You CAN and SHOULD use this method & keep those pennies in your POCKET where they belong! Let me show you how we did it!
I’ll be honest, I had a mini rant at the beginning of this video because of some business owner drama. If you’re interested in some REALLY great information, just get past the first few minutes of craziness of this video and there are some real nuggets there. The questions you need answered about vendors, pricing and other annoying but relevant topics, LISTEN TO THIS!
If you’ve been following me in my FB group, Bottleneck Busters, you’ve been seeing some crazy real talk videos of what’s happening with my new store. I give lots of advice, prayers & eye opening legit truth about the business experience. So, here’s a little of what’s been going on & how the Lord truly showed up and helped me deal. If you’d like to hear more of what’s going on and get some help with navigating your business or future business, be sure to join the group! Enjoy!
Just a little heads up for those of you who use the mobile card/chip readers for their business. I’ve found that even though you’re given the impression that PayPal lets you get your customer’s info after you collect it, it’s not true. If you have PayPal, you may notice that when you’re using the PayPal Here app, it gives you the option to input the customer’s information. So you think you’d be able to reference it later, right? Nope! I’ve been searching FOR YEARS for an answer and they haven’t said anything since early this year. Their response to all the requests to access the information that the business owner inserts hoping to access later? Thanks, but we haven’t done anything about it yet. They’ve been saying that since at least 2011…
Well, I haven’t found a feasible workaround besides using another company. So check out this video to see if this solution will work for you. Oh, and as always (maybe this will change in the future) this post was not sponsored by anyone. These are all my own experiences and opinions. See ya next time!